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£3,000 Community Fund Launched in Fulwood

Community groups, schools, charities and good causes are all eligible to apply for a new community fund in Fulwood, near Preston.

The £3,000 community fund has been launched to mark the next phase of Redrow’s Tabley Green development in the town.

This voluntary gift to the community is over and above the statutory investment from Redrow, which include contributions to community infrastructure of more than £2 million.

Sian Pitt, sales director at Redrow Lancashire, said: “We want to hear about all the wonderful community work that is taking place in Fulwood.

“The fund is open to all not-for-profit groups working within or serving Fulwood, we have £3,000 to share. Community plays a huge part in choosing where to live and we hope this fund will play a part in forging an ever-stronger sense of community in Fulwood.”

Previous Redrow funding across the North West has helped schools, charities, youth groups, sports teams and individuals at the very heart of the community, providing a range of resources including school uniform, repairs at allotments and new facilities at a cricket club.

Tabley Green is located less than four miles from Preston and close to open fields and farmland, creating a semi-rural feel.

To find out more about Redrow’s voluntary £3,000 Fulwood Community Fund and to download an application form see: www.redrow.co.uk/promo/community-fund-application-fulwood.

The deadline for completed applications is midnight on Friday, May 26.



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